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    oil sump baffle

    Hi
    Do all TLR have this baffle in the sump, my question is because i have a TLR engine block but no baffle inside?
    I have tried to search for it as sparepart but have not been able to find it as sparepart.
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    While I haven't had a TLR engine apart, I would say they all have the sump baffle shown in your photo.

    When I had to Heli-coil the sump plug threads on my TLR, I remember 'feeling' a plate of some sort a few mm's above the threads. Also, this photo confirms that something is relatively close to the sump plug.

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    ok thanx great info, now i have to find a way to buy one:-)

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    Suzuki part number: 11324-02F10
    Back ordered from both of my suppliers in the UK, but available from motocycle spare parts eu, and they ship to sweden


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    cheers stu

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    Thanx guys, good reminder why i am at this forum:-)
    I guess there will be an order of parts going out to motorcycle spareparts EU to bring another TL back to life:-)

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    Yes all TLR engines have the baffle plate.

    I have a few spare ones if you get stuck although I'm in the UK.

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    Thanx Sam.
    Im about to split the engine missing a M20x1.5 bold to get the flywheel of, but have ordered one so hopefully I will have the TLS-engine down to see what parts I will need in the transfer to the TLR.
    I found the baffle plate at that Euro spares but have not placed an order yet so no clue if they have any available.
    Bought an R gearbox last week so hopefully its in good condition or with parts from the old TLS gearbox can be fixed.
    Parts still needed are.

    oil pump
    Cylinder head gaskets
    Maybe 2 new exhaust valves ( have not measured them yet, but I assume they are gone since I can see they had a meeting with the rear piston)
    1 exhaust tappet bucket or what you call them, looks like it has a small crack or beginning to crack (need a microscope to check:-)
    New crank bearings (Black) plan to make some getto tools for the replacement ( Sam do you have any suggestion for this)?
    Then I have a ball hone for nicasil cylinders that I planned to give the cylinders a light touch with.
    Checked the countershaft bearing for the sprocket on the TLR block and it feels ok plan to keep it, any advice on this should they be changed as soon u have the engine apart or is the TLR bearing a lifetime bearing compared to early S variant?

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    The codes on the crank and rods give the shell grade, but these are based on brand new parts at the factory. So it's very important the check the clearances with plastigauge and be very aware that you will need to go to a grade thicker bearing shell.

    Most used TL engines I fit new rod shells to come out about 0.063mm with the service limit been 0.080mm. I try and get nearer to 0.050mm with the new shells, especially as the larger limit allows the piston/head squish clearance to be reduced and a common occurrence of the piston touching the head at high rpm near the rev limit.

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